The Bomb Bar is a creation from Oliver Apt – a Canadian company that specialises in slightly unusual homewares. Each of these bars is made from a military surplus ammunition crate with mounting point added to the back and internal walnut shelves fitted, each one measures 46.5 inches long, by 9.5 inches wide, by 14…
There are many great reasons for keeping an illicit stash of grandpa’s cough medicine around the house, though being married is probably the most obvious. This book, titled “The Book Of Answers” contains a 6oz stainless steel flask and has a magnetic backing, so the flask remains firmly in place.
This Kentucky state map has been drawn using the lyrics from the Murder by Death song “Kentucky Bourbon”, if you’re a fan of the amber nectar and need a new poster for your drinking room, this might be just what you’ve been looking for.
Bulleit Rye Whiskey is a relatively new offering from the bourbon distillers at Bulleit – unlike the corn-based nature of bourbon this rye is created from a 95% rye and 5% malted barley blend giving it a cherry, tobacco, spice nose and and a series of flavours like tobacco, vanilla, cherry and malt.
George T. Stagg is a very limited-production bourbon created by the Buffalo Trace Distillery, it’s part of the distillery’s ‘Antique Collection’ series and is world-famous for its rather rocket-fuelly 70+% alcohol rating.
The great thing about having a whiskey flask is that you can imbibe a sneaky dram whenever you like, the only real tricky part is filling the flask without spilling the nectar of the Highland gods all over the place.
I’ve always been a little suspicious of American whiskies, this is perhaps due to the fact that my first encounters with them centred around Jim Beam and Jack Daniels. On retrospect I’m fairly sure that the Americans export both of these largely as a joke on the rest of the world, in much the same way that the Australians export Fosters.